Naomi Watts stays tight-lipped about ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel, Miranda Richardson is ‘thrilled’ to be involved and more

Filming may have wrapped on the pilot for the highly anticipated Game of Thrones prequel, but naturally, the cast still has to keep quiet until the series is both greenlit (slim chance of that not happening, if we’re being honest) and filming resumes on the rest of the episodes. Case in point: Naomi Watts, one of […]

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George R.R. Martin divulges details about ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel: Starks, Casterly Rock, new title possibilities, and more!

More and more information about the Game of Thrones prequel series, tentatively titled Blood Moon (although more on that title in a bit!), is starting to find its way to the internet and to us, the fans still hungry for more Westeros content. This time, no less than the creator of the fantastic world itself, George R.R. […]

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New behind the scenes video with Beautiful Death artist Robert M. Ball; final poster revealed

If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the Beautiful Death illustration for “The Iron Throne,” wait no longer! Robert M. Ball’s last poster for Game of Thrones was unveiled today, and it is stunning. Along with the artwork, we have also been treated to a video of Ball sharing his creative process and an interview about his final contribution to […]

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Emilia Clarke pens emotional essay about surviving two aneurysms while filming ‘Game of Thrones’

Here at Watchers on the Wall, we don’t often report on the personal lives of the cast and crew of Game of Thrones — we like to respect their privacy and focus on the art they create. However, Emilia Clarke recently opened up about a life-threatening situation she faced not once, but twice during filming of the series, […]

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‘Game of Thrones’ pop-up bar comes to Chicago, and Kit Harington uses emojis to describe the end of the show

Things are starting to thaw a tiny bit, but with its frozen river and arctic temperatures, Chicago is still looking uncomfortably similar to Westeros during the fabled Long Night. Ironically, that’s perfect marketing for the Game of Thrones pop-up bar that opened yesterday in the city’s Replay Lincoln Park.

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